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On WNYC’s New Sounds, Verses from Latin America November 10, 2015: On WNYC’s New Sounds, John Schaefer guides listeners through an exploration of Latin American poetry settings. Poets include Gabriela Mistral, Pablo Neruda, Octavio Paz, and more. Tune in! [...] by

Sylvia Plath Is My Friend December 12, 2012: Lauren Quinn at This Recording has posted a bunch of vignettes of what it’d be like to be friends with famous (dead) poets. She talks about bad poetry readings with Jim Carroll, cooking with [...] by

Roberto Tejada Talks Poetry and Mexican Politics at BOMB September 6, 2012: Roberto Tejada discusses the lively literary and artistic community in Mexico City, and Mandorla, a bilingual magazine he founded in the early 90s, over at BOMB. Here, Tejada tells the story about an [...] by

“Bookjoy!” April 21, 2011: I’m borrowing poet Pat Mora’s favorite expression, and riffing from Javier Huerta’s list entry, although my list will be shorter and I’ll also add a few words of praise about these, my [...] by